Event theme: Understanding current state-of-the-art and anticipating major advances for autonomous systems, either in product development or on the manufacturing floor, is critical for many industries. The conference has three major themes:
* Autonomous vehicles
* Autonomous manufacturing
* Platforms for autonomous systems – connectivity, infrastructure, and socio-economic implications of autonomy and policies
Note we're out of speaking spots for this event. You can still apply to exhibit.
Number of speaking startups: Ten
Number of exhibiting only startups: Five
Date and location: April 8 (full conference is April 8-9), 2020; MIT Samberg Conference Center
Format: Startup Lightning Talks, generally ~4-minute long, followed by Lunchtime Exhibit (generally a table with your logo and a monitor) where you can showcase your startup and connect with attending companies.
Attendees: 200-300 attendees of ILP member companies
Note that you or your speaker will be required to do a dry run a few weeks before the event.
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